The Economic and Industrial Revolution
Unit Focus Questions
1. Why was England the first to Industrialize?
2. How did society change as a result of the Industrial Revolution and how did society react to those changes?
3. How did the lives of workers change during the IR and how did this impact social classes?
Date
Topic
Homework
11/9
18th Century SAQ
11/10
Intro to Industrialization
11/12-13
DBQ Practice/Important
inventions of the IR
11/16
Ideologies that support the
IR – Malthus and Ricardo
11/17
Reforming the IR: Unions,
Reform laws
11/18-19
DBQ
11/20
IR Wrap Up
11/23
MC Test: Industrial
Revolution
Read pages 685-689
1. Fill in document packet.
Read pages 690-695
2. Take notes as you read. Your notes should focus on the following: Working
conditions in the factory, living conditions in the cities and reforms that were
instituted to improve both of those conditions
Read pages 706-709
3. Explain how these new ideologies and beliefs are a reaction to the social and economic
changes of the Industrial Revolution giving the significance of the following people and
ideas: Socialism, Communism, Chartism, Robert Owen, Flora Tristan, Henri St. Simon,
Charles Fourier, PJ Proudhon, Friedrich Engels and Karl Marx
Read pages 696-701 and answer the following question:
4. Using 2 specific authors and their works explain how the literature of the time
reflected the social conditions of the Industrial Revolution
Ideologies that are reactions to Read pages 699-701 and answer the following 2 questions:
the IR: Socialism,
5. People became aware of the problems in the factory system due to the widespread
Communism
availability of newspapers. Explain the role of public opinion in presenting the problems
of the day and how religious and educational institutions tried to remedy these solutions.
6. How did the Industrial Revolution create the concept of domesticity and how did it
increase the distinction between roles for men and roles for women?
7. Look at the cartoon from Punch magazine on p. 700 in your textbook and practice DBQ
style analysis and Extended Analysis:
-What is the cartoon showing about class difference in London? (this is analysis)
- Why was this written in the way it was? (Do an Extended Analysis – HC, POD, IA or
POV)
Prepare for DBQ. Review rubrics and skills.
Review Assignmet:
8. Write the definition and significance of 6 key terms below OR write a 1 paragraph response to
one of the essential questions using 6 key terms below.
Prepare for MC Test
TERMS/ CONCEPTS - Study these in ADDITION to your HW questions and class work.
British Industrialization
Agricultural Revolution
Technological Advancements
James Hargreaves
Edmund Cartwright
David Ricardo
Adam Smith
Steam Engine
Matthew Boulton
George Stephenson
Why was England first?
Impact of Industry on Labor and Reforms
Mines Act 1842
Robert Owen
Factory Act
Edwin Chadwick
Poor Laws
Crystal Palace
Child Labor
Combination Acts 1799
Socialism
Communism
Flora Tristan
St. Simon
Louis Blanc
Social and Cultural Change
PJ Proudhon
Chartism
Balzac
Bronte
Domestication
Gender Roles
George Cruikshank
Romantics
Textile Industry
Thomas Malthus
James Watt
Railroads and Coal Mines
Labor Act 1833
Friedrich Engels
Jobs by Gender
Luddites
Karl Marx
Charles Fourier
Dickens
George Sand
Labor/Class paradigm- Social Classes
Long Run Themes that connect to other units in AP Euro: New technologies, the emergence of individual rights and a newer
theme - the emergence of social class.
DBQ Graphic Organizer
Thesis:
Contextualization:
Thesis:
...X,Y, and Z
Body: Uses of Evidence and support of argument (2-3 main points)
X Topic sentence for this subtopic. List the documents.
1) Make sure to connect each document to your thesis and
2) do one of the “HIPP” Extended Analysis.
Don’t forget
Extended Analysis
Hist.
Cont.
Int.
Aud.
Purp.
P.O.V
Y Topic sentence for this subtopic. List the documents.
Z Topic sentence for this subtopic. List the documents.
Restate and Conclusion:
Synthesis:
Don’t forget outside information.
Where will this go in your essay?
(WHICH SUBTOPIC(S)?)
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